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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 January 1876

V y ilillll ; (flf life I INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY JANUARY 5, 1876 WHOLE NXQIBEH 1.833 VOL. XXV-JQ 21 f..-' f j i. 1 i OLD HUNDRED. THE NATIONAL HYMN. Indianapolis Awake to the Opening Guns of the Qreat Centennial Campaign. THE YEAR IS BORN. ANOTHER CHRONOLOGICAL INFANT DD LT IS STALLED ON THB THRON K OK TIME MASS MEETING OF CITIZENS AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, AND BURRING OAAT0F.r ABOUT THE EAGLE AND THE STRIP 8. The first day cf the p romislcg New Year, from which so much good-feeling is to eprIng,opened with a gorkus san and atmosphere as bright and 'nial as spring. Tb streets were early crowded with people, smiling welcomes a ,nd New Year wishes en their friends, and nil seeming to feel the force of the w eater omen for the fntnreof 1876. according to progranrme nags were display &i pretty generally, and the worldly boy exercised his .cast iron longs in honor of the occasion, assist! by the fire-cracker and the ready reTolver, From the chare' a lewers ew minutes bolore 9...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 January 1876

2 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY JANUABY 5, 1876. FACTS ON FINANCES. THE HON. FE AN KLIN LANDERS ON THE ISSUES. OF THE DAY. The Most Paramount of all Public Questions Argued in a Business Like Way. MONEY MATTERS. FULL TlXr OF THE SPKBCH DELIVERED BT THE II). FRVNKLIX LANDERS AT QREENCAsTLE, TUe-sDVV EVKNINO, AND PHOXOORiPHlCAIXY KEPuRIED FOR THE bKNIINfcL. Mb President and Fellow Citizens: I am e-y much gratified at this opportunity of meeting yoa. Yoa are 8ffare that congress has adjoum-d until taioth day of next month. Ti. Is gives the members an opportunity of g lng home and mingling w.th their constituents, aud learning their wishes. We are In tir e condition or servants. It is our province and our duty to carry out the will of those who have placed ns In th positions we occupy. I can assuie you, gentlemen, that I have n otb-r wsh.noother e-dre than tocarryout the 111 cf ' he pwple of this district. 1 presume that I a n at as Utile loss to Know your will as any ot her memb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 January 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY JAUAEY 5, 187G. LETTER FROM A LAYMAN. METHODIST SENTIMENT. Charles Nordoff Takes a Tilt at the Third Term Bishop. HOT FOR HAVEN. a rrrmxn CITICISM ON BISHOP HAVKN FROM A METHODIST POINT OF VI KW MANY MISSTATEMENTS POINTED CUV THE SITUATION AT THK SOUTH. Mr. Charles Ko:d iff. who has recently traveled through the So ath, takaa up bis pen as a Method si lajman, au J ably answers Bishop Haen. Following la his litter, as published la tbe New York ilerald: Bsüop Haven's latest notion seems to be tta; God is himself a tUird tenner, and that He slew the ioe pres dVnt beo-iu-e poor Mr. Wili-oa did not agree with BUbop ilaven. As the Methodist people of whom I am one Jo not lelieve in bum .in it.fillibilUy, they will probably Utile atTested by Mr. Haven's assertions t.t this kind. 1 here is no leison to believe that he k news any more atxiui God's wishes and purpo-e than the most obscure layman. But wnat a bishop says Is not naturally supposed by the pub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 January 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, JANUABY 5, 18TÖ. Office of the Indianapolis Sentinel. DEAR SIR: We desire to place La jour hands, for Inspection, a copy of the best Weekly Taper published In the state. The near approach of the next Presidential canvass, and the all-Important subjects in connection therewith, which will be fully discussed in the Sentinel, would sug gest that it be put into the hands of every Dem ocrat in the state, and in order to secure you as our agent, we make yon the following liberal proposition: Single Cop - - $1 50 Five (Mes - - 1 35 - X Ten Copies or more, free of post 125 age, - All remittances ihou'd be made by Express Or Postofflce Order, with the Name, Town, County and State In full, and In a plain, bold band, thereby avoiding all possible chances of mistakes. -' A liberal commission of 15 per cent, will be paid to all who get np clubs. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5. The JourLal admits to its columns an announcement that ex-Senator Pratt is spoken of 89 a ca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 January 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY JAUAEY 5, 187G. It rx ay ba that this question Is only brought lorward pending the nomination, and that after the nominee is decided it will do to make It one of the issues, and not tbe sole "vital Issue." Bat let us enter briefly upon an examination of the merits of this bloody shirt "basinofls, sickening and loathsome as it is, nd see what it proposes as an appropriate Issue of the political contest of the centennial year. Stripped of all extraneous matter and exhibited in its hideous ugliness, It means simply that the American people shall be arrayed against ach other in deadly bate and bittern ss. Ten yeara have passed away since the moke of the last battle of internal strife disappeared, und the sunshine of peace shone over the whole land. Year by year the contending parti s hire approached nearer to each other with friendly greeting. Amicable relations, social and commercial, have been restored. The tetter thought o! the Southern people ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 January 1876

TUE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, JATÜAKT 5, 1876. TUNNELINÖ THE CHANNEL. THE TROPOED PLAN. OIQANTIO UNDERTAKING FULL PARTICTJI.AF.8 OFTHBWOBK DIFFICULTIES TO CONIK5D WITH. ' Tha Paria correspondent of the Philadelphia Bulletin writes: It is not only with the Suez canal that the name of M. Je Leasers Is connected, and fca bsen brought at thU moment prominently before the public. With great propriety the same individ ual who achieved the above named gigantic -work was deputed, on Monday last, to lay before tfce Academy of Science, at its cus tomarv s ttine. the deeply interesting re port of M. Lvtll3y upon the progress miking and tho remits hiiberto obtained in an other ur.d;r!aing oi even prouhr mKra tnde aid more peril. I reter to tbe prelim!' nary experiments and Investigation vhicu nave tean gomfr on tnroupnou Kummer, on both sides of the clan ni it!iivifw to the construction of tne submarine tunnel between this countrj and Greai Britain. As the Suf z canal qce - tion has rim...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 January 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1876. (For the Sentinel. I HEAR THE HEART-TI1ROES YEAR. ST DELIA M. HILLS. OP THE I hear the heart-throbs of the year In the spring-time of the flowers; In the summer's gorgeous glory ; In the brcoklet'a mr rm'rlng story Rippling through the shady bowers; In the son birds' tuneful slnjlng; In the echoes, wildly rlnglDg Through the golden summer hours. I hear the heart-throbs of the year In the falling of the leaves; Falling on the tender moss cups Softry, as the crystal rain-drpps Fall upon the gathered sheaves Cov'ring up the blooming roses. And the green and springing grasses, As the frosl his network weaves. I hear the heart-throbs of the year In the weeplug of the flowers, Weeping by the lucid fountain, Weeping on the lofty mountain, Through the early golden hours Of the bright November morning, Mourning thus wl h tearless mourning O fer autumn's frosty showers. I hear the heart-throbs of the yearla the snowflakes drifting down ! ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 January 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 5, 18T6. A CARD; Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers : We respectfully ask your immediate attention to the best selected s-kLr ntTKrv (inn ds. Notions and Millinery ever brought 10 this city. Bvaivinaour individual attention to r. uy ing in rew lorn.wo ;j secured a lice of Silkp. Black nnnAa nrftcss Goods. Dometlcs, Woolens Flannels, Shawls, Taole Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery at such rates and on such terms as enables us to offer the lowos prices Known .inn.iR! Onr nriecs are alike to all, and Grangers as well as others vill find Ptno other housa more attractive goods or lower prices. Xj. S. -A."2"ELE3 &S CO-' TKADK PALACE. t'INANCK AND BUSINESS. WEEKLY BUSINESS REVIEW. MONET MATTERS. Tuesdat Evening, Jan . 4, 1876. The banks still report the cioset stringency. As yet there Is no change in the Udo of circula tion, and It is next to lmp3slpie ror we outside bonower, uo matter what his paper, to ob...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 January 1876

A. O 1 ... INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY JANTJABY 12, 1876 WHOLE XmiBEH 1.834 VOL. XXV O. 22. lis II. I u WW 11 THE MYSTIC TIE. FREE MASONRY IN INDIANA. HISTORY OF THE GRAND LODGE, A. GRAND GROWTH Tha Oreat and Good Work of tho Noble Order in this State During the Last Half Century. MAßONIC MAGNIFICENCE, THE TEMPLE. DESCRIPTION OF THE BUILDING IN DETAIL THE COST OF THE ELEGANT EDIFICE AND THE CONSTRUCTION CORPS. The cat of the new Masonic temple, cor tier of Washington and Tennessee streets, which beads this column, was photographed and engraved f or tho Santiael. The building is an ornament to the city and does credit to the fraternity. It is now nearly completed and will soon be occupied by the offices of ths Grand Lode and the various lodges and otbr Masonic bodies of the city. The stores and offices not used for Masonic purposes will be rented lor business: The many Masonia readers of the Sentinel throughout the slate we think will be interested in this reprt 8 ant a' ion of THE NEW T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 January 1876

2 LTCOLIC HAINS. INDUSTRIAL Iin,ERE3TSOP INDIANA." Annual Meeting- and Reorganization of the State Board of , ; Agriculture. MEETING OP COUNTY AND DISTRICT DELEGATES. FIR'T DAT FREslDENr'd ADDKErS REPORTS OK SECRETARY AND TREAä-t'RER-FINANCES OF THl SOCIETY KXAMlNATIoN OF CREDENTIALS 3TANDINU CjMMITTEEi NOM JNATION3. Tneorganizition of the State Agricultural Society la not yet fully uuderstood, except by a 'e v. The idea oi tbe society is to unite in a centralized system all the county and1 district agricultural societies of the state wbica maintain a lively and efficient exis'vDco. The afUira ai.d rn.it.ageai.ut of the society are under tne control of a board ot sixteen directors, wbose tertn of office coiflnues two years, one-half of the number bei-ig elf.ctrd ant uaJly. llow and by whom are thee directors elected? B-dcl-gaUs, one Irt m eao county oruisinct t-ucirty iij the state. Pnis delegate is the president of Lis society at bom1, or ele a substitute ap poiuted ia bis plice if...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 January 1876

s THE INDIANA' STATE :SjEtf TINELr1 WEDNESDAY J JAJlttJAÜY 12 1876. XLIY CONGRESS. REGULAR SESSION. SENATE. MORRILL'S FINANCIAL BILL OBASSUOPPER BILLS VARIOUS MINOR MA1TEK3 PRESENTED. " ':' ' Washington, Jan.5. , After prayer by tbePev. James Cros, of I 11noU, and the reading or the journal of Dec. S . ' the chair laid beforn the Sena'e a communication from tb secretary of war. transmitting the reportof thechie ofenitneerala fegarJ to the amounts appropriate! for the Improvement of the mouthof the Mississippi live-, fort Jackson and Fort St. rhl lip. Ordered printod aud to He on the table; also a comrnur.1catlon from the secretary of war renewing t he r commendatl'n that the mMltary reservations at f'mp Crittenden and Ca;np Grant. rlzon- tenitory, be tranferr.d to the infer. or d-ptrtuint for disposal uniertit- publtc 'and law. Ordered . prln'ed and to ileon M.et b!e. Mr Consllng' t N. Y., presented a pe ltlon or the cl lie' s .-i New Yog city, a-kb g f..rti.e faa'ecf an amendment t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 January 1876

. TH& INDIANA STATE SENTINEL .WEDNESDAY, JÄXÜAHY 12, .1876. THE 1ND1ANAP0LISSEN1 INEL We desire to place la the nan of every democrat in the state the " WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. It Is a large eight paje paper, complete in all its departments, and second to no paper In the state. Its circulation Is rapidly Increasing, and is larger than ever before. This Is the Centennial year, the Presidential year, the year of the na tion's rejoicing, and every democrat should kerp posted in all the affairs of the government and country, ? The Sentinel will contain full market reports, agricultural news, miscellany, and full and complete political Information. It will be thoroughly democratic, and as the democratic party Is on tne high road to success, we want every democrat In the state to rejoice with us In our final triumph. Lt the democracy then assist us in the circulation of the Bentlnel, In connection with the local papers. Every democrat should have at least two papers, his county...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 January 1876

THE ' INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY .-JANUARY 12 187G. . 5. THE MASONIC TEMPLE. Concluded from First page. " "with a portico la Iront 11 leet deep, extend- , ioz crosa the entire Iroat. Tbs entablature ' Is supported by six dorlo column?, loar feet -three Inches In diameter, and 33 feet high ; said columns commencing on a platlormoo a level with the second stoty floor. The aides and back erd were finished with rilasters or antae the same beijrbt ot thel -columns, Jour fe3& i"e and projecting nine inches, and the whole building crowned With a heavy dorlc entablature. Tue roof was covered with composition, and the whole external surface of the walls with stucco, in Imitation of cut atone, giving the building the appearance of a cut stoce difice. Tbe first or basement story was eleven j ittth'ehin theclar, a dwa? divided into, three store roomn, e a3h 17 feet wide by 107 feet ' deep, and a pasaire and stairway six feet wide. The et-coud story ws in one large room for a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 January 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY; JANUARY 12, 1876. 6 CHICAGO'S CROOKED. WRATH TO COME. TT HAS NOW MACTIOALLT ABRIVED SO F An AS THB DKVI )Ü8 DISTILLERS ARE C JNCIRNED AND TBEY WOCLD FAIN FLEB. The Times of jesterday turns tip the alnuous situation at follows: The ch ef incident in tho local whisky drama on yesterday wa-Jthe impaunelin of the gra cd jury. Daring the morning hoars, while be mombers of the Inquisition sirollei Tkbout the building, or constituted pub'.! a property while in the court room, their Vresuee created considerable stir abont th government headquarter-, but as s on bs trey were fairly under lock' aud key in an upper room, 1111- ( ters settled, into an oppr.Msive dullue?s which was in no-vise disturbed. Ii i believed that the grnd jury will act with great dtiib?ra'.ion, and dupjse of all minor bu.-dne.-8 betöre taking the whi-ky Moloch. This will give tbem n opportunity t tjmiiiar!z3 tb motives with t!e situation, wbich may seem to them the more neteisarv as...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 January 1876

THE "INDIANA'ST ATE 8ENTIN KIT WEDNESDA Y; 'JANUARY 12, -.1876. - - i t - r ZENOB1A. .' ' BTLtCTHICKCOI. Queen of Palmyra, llvl d gas too do . In old Rome's history, a tragi.- poem, true You wem a being destined uiw, s then. To take, the reverence, storu ibe hearts ci me n. I see j ou now, ai yon were seen of old, " "Wild In theChHiMN hnntre8ver b' ld: t gee the swift trtann lis?lt your fU-blogeyei A from your bow the unerring arrow nie. Agftln I ' ya a woTian fair, M Ub qaiet . yend no" lururlant nur; Tea -hing yourbojs whate'er your soul ml. tu deem Befitting thm, the son of sich a Qeen With them for ivurs, conversing ail th while In every toaguc from Rome unto the Nt.e. A-,i'n I sei you. with your hert ah riven, V " ilri" for üim wno- iove to you wagi ven ; And sh t er ar-; dry, your Vc usance rise .Andoti'er uo a humau sac lflce. Once more I see ou.'and can clearly trace A dranne ambition l- vour ager fac, As at the van of leil- of your bravs luu has en them io victory aad their...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 January 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. JAlOJAliY 12, 1876. A CARD Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To'tfce Country Readers : "We respectfully ask your Immediate attention to the best selected ntock of Dry Qoods, Notions and Millinery ever brought to this city. By glvingour individual attention to buying in New York, we have secured a line of Silke, Black Goods Dress Goods. Dometins, Woolens -Flannels, Shawls, TatTle Linens, Blankets, Comforts, No"tlona and Millinery at such rates -and on auch terms as enables us to Offer the lowest prices known -Since 1882. Our priecs are alike to all, and Grangers as well as others will find "tno other house more attracti C goods or lower prices. Xi. 3- ATRES Sc CO.5 TRADE PALACE. PIXAXOE AND BUSINESS. " 'WEEKLY BUSINESS REVIEW. MONIT AND BUSINESS. Tuesday Evening, Jan . 11. 1S76. - Binco the opening of the new year It most be - admitted that business baa gradually waked tip -and started off as hopefully as could be ex pected. No thoughtful and well-informed m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1876

lie VOL. XXV-XQ 23, TIIE SHADOW'S ON THE WALL. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY JANUAEY17, 13TG WHOLE ZSXrcETil.SG.j BT PAUL II. HATKK. What mournful Influence chills my soul tonighiT I watcti th expiring flames that fade and fall. From which oiitleap vague shafts of arrowy light. Pursued by spectral shadows on the 'x!l. ily thoughts arewanjerlng on the verga or dreams, Mist-ladn, grav, ftml mbre as a -pill, Wtille lower, feebler, lilt the fireside gleams. And drr;er those quaint shadows ou the wail. The old rtd voice (fraught with tue centuries' tear ) That s terns through Infinite space and time to c' Faint with the doubts and grief of antique y tarn, Yea n that are dim as shadows on the wall The M sad voice Is whispering to my heart : M ns life, phan'asmal, vain, Illusive all. Eeh , olds too ion Its c!oul foundations part, M siting like midnight shadows ou the wall. Tr o soon the noblest passions, worn and old, lle, or grow dulled and laDguid past recall : E.VenLove may wane in memory's twil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1876. AMNESTY. BEN. HILL'S SPEECH. THE ANSWER TO BLAINE'S HARANGUE BHTTLO PATH BE INCLUDED IN THE AMNESTY ACT THE C NFEDKRATE GOVERNMENT'S RfcfP I 1BILIIY FOB ANDERSON VILLE NORTHERN PRISONS A PATRIOTIC PERORATION. On Monday Mr. Blaine delivered his malignant Speech cpon the amnesty bill. On Tuesday some minor matters were disposed of and the amnesty bill w s discussed by Mr. lli'.l, of Ua. He disclaimed all desire on the part of himself and his asiociatesof the Sou b to reopen 111 feeling between the sections. The country had already Buar.-red enough from feuds. He and his associates bad come here with the patriotic Idea o remembering nothing but the country asd the whole oue.iry, and turning their backs upon the horrors of ihe past, to look with all earnestness to flal glories for the future. Th- gentleman (Kleine) who was the acknowledged leader of the republican pary in the House and w-s the aspiring leder of the republican parry of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. MONDAY JANTJABY IT 187G. ANIMOSITY VS. AMNESTY. Members Bullyragged, Misrepresented, Contradicted, and Gagged by Ribald Raillery. THE HERO OF HATE. uaixe's ambitious kepkksestativk has fairly earned that cnbnviablb apPELLATION HE BESKV? D HI3 FEROCIOÜ3 TIRADE AOAINVT TH K BoTJI H. Mr. Keenan telegraphed jesterday's Chicago Times 8s follow: A marked and significant change fell upon the House "when Blaine summoned bis final energies for the last charge on the war of revival which te inaugurated on Monday. Long hAfnra the hour set. for the opening of the debate every avaüa ile itch of f-rajein the house and gallon s was tacked. It was p'ain thit visitor ad w 11 as members were not satisfied wiih the horrors dragged; up from the re. e-ses of congressioual reports and ovo bidrd Htatements to rxaJden the ex rebels aud paralyze the party forces. There wan a curiosity to bar the man, but no trust in mm, as heretofore. Never has a mm so fallen in esteem. Neyer did...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL MONDAY. JÄNUÄKY i'7, 1876. THE INDIANAP0LISSEN1 INEL make8D0tlM thaa Mnty-five k dollars given by the grangers to the grassJ hopper suflerers in a way bo qu'.et and un--1 obtrusive that the fact was perhaps never We desire to place in the hands of every dem ocrat in the state tie WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. It is a large eight page paper, complete in all its departments, and second to no paper in the state. Its circulation is rapidly increasing, and la larger than ever before. This is the Centennial year, the Presidential year, the year of the nation's rejoicing, and every democrat should keep posted In all the affairs of the government and country, The Sentinel will contain fall market reports, agricultural news, miscellany, and fall and complete political information. It will be thoroughly democratic, and as the democratic party la on the hl,jh road to success, we want every democrat In the slate to rejoice with U3 j in oar final tri am ph. .Let the democracy...

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